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Public Enemy first 6 Discs


Yo! Bum Rush the Show

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1. You're Gonna Get Yours
2. Sophisticated B*tch
3. Miuzi Weighs A Ton
4. Timebomb
5. Too Much Posse
6. Rightstarter (Message To A Black Man)
7. Public Enemy No. 1
8. M.P.E.
9. Yo! Bum Rush The Show
10. Raise The Roof
11. Megablast
12. Terminator X Speaks With His Hands

With Yo! Bum Rush the Show, Public Enemy introduce a new kind of bravado that's not just directed at other players and sucker MCs but is an out-and-out middle-finger challenge to the whole world, as these serious brothers roll right over you in a slow-moving convoy of 98 Oldsmobiles ("You're Gonna Get Yours"). PE crowd these tracks with disparate sounds that move your butt while they buzz from every channel. Despite their serious posturing, you'll be grateful for the sloppy bass line in "Timebomb" and Terminator X's brilliant tone experiment, "Public Enemy No. 1." Yo! isn't PE's masterpiece, but it's a truly standout album, a warning shot for the full-scale assault they would later initiate on It Takes a Nation of Millions to Hold Us Back.

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It Takes a Nation of Millions to Hold Us Back

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1. Countdown To Armageddon
2. Bring The Noise
3. Don't Believe The Hype
4. Cold Lampin' With Flavor
5. Terminator X To The Edge Of Panic
6. Mind Terrorist
7. Louder Than A Bomb
8. Caught, Can We Get A Witness?
9. Show Em Whatcha Got
10. She Watch Channel Zero?!
11. Night Of The Living Baseheads
12. Black Steel In The Hour Of Chaos
13. Security Of The First World
14. Rebel Without A Pause
15. Prophets Of Rage
16. Party For Your Right To Fight

It Takes a Nation of Millions was the sign that hip-hop had exploded like a grenade. A rap record as abrasive, hardcore, and eloquent as a JFK speech, the 1988 disc is one classic track after another: tense, multilayered, harmonically wild music. Chuck D. declaims like a master preacher with foil Flavor Flav's voice darting around his. They've got the desperate energy of people fighting for their lives, and everything from their pumped-up rhetoric ("Prophets of Rage") to the group's quasi-paramilitary organization to the sirens and sax squeals in nearly every track declares how urgent their mission is. It's a hugely influential album, and it still sounds fresh and frightening after all these years.

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Fear of a Black Planet

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1. Contract On The World Love Jam (Instrumental
2. Brothers Gonna Work It Out
3. 911 Is A Joke
4. Incident At 66.6 FM (instrumental)
5. Welcome To The Terrordome
6. Meet The G That Killed Me
7. Pollywanacraka
8. Anti-N*gger Machine
9. Burn Hollywood Burn
10. Power To The People
11. Who Stole The Soul
12. Fear Of A Black Planet
13. Revolutionary Generation
14. Can't Do Nuttin' For Ya Man
15. Reggie Jax
16. Leave This Off Your Fu*kin Charts (Instrumental)
17. B Side Wins Again
18. War At 33 1/3
19. Final Count Of The Collision Between Us And The Damned (Instrumental)
20. Fight The Power

PE's third album is dense, heavy, and urgent as a bullet. Fear of a Black Planet single-handedly added half a dozen phrases to the language, and not just from Chuck D.'s troop-rallying bellow--Flavor Flav's "911 Is a Joke" is as catchy an indictment of urban policy as anyone has ever come up with. The Bomb Squad's music is complicated, challenging, terse, and totally funky, and Chuck matches it with one impassioned pronouncement after another: on Hollywood's racism, on miscegenation, on "real history / Not his story." The album ends with "Fight the Power," the group's ultimate statement of purpose, from its pounding, atonal sound collage to its furious politics. Put Black Planet on, and it's always a long, hot summer.

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Apocalypse 91…The Enemy Strikes Black

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1. Lost At Birth
2. Rebirth
3. Nighttrain
4. Can't Truss It
5. I Don't Wanna Be Called Yo Niga
6. How To Kill A Radio Consultant
7. By The Time I Get To Arizona
8. Move!
9. 1 Million Bottlebags
10. More News At 11
11. Shut Em Down
12. A Letter To The New York Post
13. Get The F... Outta Dodge
14. Bring Tha Noize

Maybe it's a concept album, but every odd numbered track on Apocalypse is incredible, while the even tracks fall apart or never come together at all. If you listen to the odds, you get PE breaking down issues facing African Americans almost to minutiae, outing everything from corporate sneaker pimps ("Shut Em Down") and 40oz. killers ("One Million Bottlebags") to a racially corrupt government ("By the Time I Get to Arizona"). And, thankfully, most of that dogma is couched inside PE's trademark air-raid drill noisematics so you can shake your ass while PE sublimates the gospel into your brain. Unfortunately, drop the odd tracks and you're listening to a sonically and lyrically inferior album. Suffer through Flav's reprehensible plea for martyrdom in "A Letter to the New York Post," or the inane and superfluous "Bring Tha Noize"--a co-op with Anthrax which takes rap-rock crossover back to a sad place, alongside Lou Reed's "Original (W)rapper".

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Greatest Misses

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1. Tie Goes To The Runner
2. Hit The Road Jack
3. Gett Off My Back
4. Gotta Do What I Gotta Do
5. Air Hoodlum
6. Hazy Shade Of Criminal
7. Megablast
8. Louder Than A Bomb
9. You're Gonna Get Yours
10. How To Kill A Radio Consultant
11. Who Stole The Soul?
12. Party For Your Right To Fight
13. Shut Em Down

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Muse Sick-N-Hour Mess Age

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1. Whole Lotta Love Goin On In The Middle Of Hell
2. Theatrical Parts
3. Give It Up
4. What Side You On?
5. Bedlam 13:13
6. Stop In The Name...
7. What Kind Of Power We Got?
8. So Whatcha Gone Do Now?
9. White Heaven/Black Hell
10. Race Against Time
11. They Used To Call It Dope
12. Aintnuttin Buttersong
13. Live And Undrugged Pt. 1 & 2
14. Thin Line Between Law And Rape
15. I Ain't Mad At All
16. Death Of A Carjacka
17. I Stand Accused
18. Godd Complexx
19. Hitler Day
20. Harry Allen's Interactive Superhighway Phone Call to Chuck D

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